The Berlin Pythagorean Week
This conference is part of the Pythagorean Week (October 19-24, Berlin). Scholars from around the world meet in Berlin for a unique series of events offering newly emerging interdisciplinary insights into the sources and reception of Pythagoreanism. The Pythagorean Week is a cooperation between ECLA of Bard, the Staatsbibliothek Berlin, and the Freie Universität Berlin. Connected events:
- October 19-20 | ECLA of Bard Main Auditorium
Workshop: "Pythagorean Harmonics from Philolaus to Leibniz: 2000 years of productive tension between the discrete and the continuous" – info here.
- October 21, 18.00-20.30 | Staatsbibliothek, Room 320
"Book Celebration," featuring works published on Pythagoreanism in the past year, co-organized by Geoff Lehman, Michael Weinman (for ECLA of Bard) and Prof. Dr. Almut-Barbara Renger and Dr. Alessandro Stavru (for the Freie Universität), with the cooperation of Dr. Oliver Berggötz, Fachreferat Altertumswissenschaften (Expert in Ancient Studies) at the StaBi.